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Costco is offering their Costco Members Only In-Warehouse/Online Savings Hot Buys Event, valid from January 21 to 29, 2023. Shipping may vary depending on product.

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shivarajan asked this question on 01-20-2023 at 11:08 AM
01-20-2023 at 02:03 PM
Usually these Hot Savings last 7-10 days and the link has these dates of Jan 21-29 listed. I do see (which I believe to be a typo) where the sale is just two days but can’t know for certain until Monday or if they fix the link dates.
01-21-2023 at 06:01 AM
They’ve corrected the dates and the sale is valid until Jan 29

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Have we ascertained what/if anything is coming in its place?
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Have we ascertained what/if anything is coming in its place?
Won't be long until you forget it ever existed. This is the trend. Cutting services and benefits. There will be nothing instead of it. You will need to buy extended plans if you want them.
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Won't be long until you forget it ever existed. This is the trend. Cutting services and benefits. There will be nothing instead of it. You will need to buy extended plans if you want them.

Most plans suck or are worthless. Tandy had decent ones if you knew how to use the system correctly (and which to avoid) and Apple was a great deal when it was just "AppleCare" and you could lock a 3-year mfg warranty to a piece of hardware and sell it after 2 years.


I was specifically told when I asked at Costco why it was going away and they cited poor value.


I doubt there will be nothing if not at least price trimmings here and there. Costco pays attention to quality what they offer. If it ends up being a long-term value, they'll have something custom made under kirkland name for a bit cheaper and stop carrying it if they can't carry it at reasonably stable prices.


Keeping an eye on price increases, they're the only grocer in my area that didn't jerk the price of meat up as soon as it 'went up' (gas station logic). The prices didn't go up on a lot of stuff until they exhausted their existing chain.
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That's some cheap ready to cook chicken wings. $2.50 a lb. Tempura shrimp and Asian rolls aren't bad either
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Most plans suck or are worthless. Tandy had decent ones if you knew how to use the system correctly (and which to avoid) and Apple was a great deal when it was just "AppleCare" and you could lock a 3-year mfg warranty to a piece of hardware and sell it after 2 years.


I was specifically told when I asked at Costco why it was going away and they cited poor value.


I doubt there will be nothing if not at least price trimmings here and there. Costco pays attention to quality what they offer. If it ends up being a long-term value, they'll have something custom made under kirkland name for a bit cheaper and stop carrying it if they can't carry it at reasonably stable prices.


Keeping an eye on price increases, they're the only grocer in my area that didn't jerk the price of meat up as soon as it 'went up' (gas station logic). The prices didn't go up on a lot of stuff until they exhausted their existing chain.
Allstate warranty (formerly Square Trade) has worked out well for me. Costco includes these types of extra warranties with items sometimes.

I do not think Costco will do anything in conjunction with the dropping of the Citicard benefit. Two different companies. They may renegotiate their contract or may already have one in the works with Citicard. They may switch to another card. That's the only thing the consumer may see change. Costco's profit margins are already low. They make more of their profit from membership fees.
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Allstate warranty (formerly Square Trade) has worked out well for me. Costco includes these types of extra warranties with items sometimes.

I do not think Costco will do anything in conjunction with the dropping of the Citicard benefit. Two different companies. They may renegotiate their contract or may already have one in the works with Citicard. They may switch to another card. That's the only thing the consumer may see change. Costco's profit margins are already low. They make more of their profit from membership fees.
Costco is certainly not afraid to switch credit card networks. They were exclusively Amex until Amex realized the reward program was too generous for them. Citi offered a better deal. Now with Citi starting to cut benefits, someone else may swoop in.
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Costco is certainly not afraid to switch credit card networks. They were exclusively Amex until Amex realized the reward program was too generous for them. Citi offered a better deal. Now with Citi starting to cut benefits, someone else may swoop in.
Interesting. What about Mastercard or Discovery? Thoughts?
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Nice! I was getting a little anxious waiting for Calm to go on sale.
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Nice! I was getting a little anxious waiting for Calm to go on sale.
Will this cause sharty mudslides for a beginner?
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Will this cause sharty mudslides for a beginner?
Yes, but you'll be calm when they happen
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Shady company. I don't think many are aware of this so I'll just leave this here....

https://magazine.labdoor.com/labd...lity-calm/
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